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A board reads "Due to storm damages, train traffic is stopped completely in NRW" at the main station in Essen, Germany on March 31, 2015. All trains stopped after Germany's most populated state North-Rhine Westphalia was hit by storm "Niklas." (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

(Bloomberg) — Windstorms Mike and Niklas, which swept across Europe last month, killing nine people and severely damaging parts of Germany, probably cost insurers more than $1 billion, Aon Plc said.

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